|Winery:||Betts & Scholl|
|Region:||Australia » South Australia » Barossa » Eden Valley|
A Bottle Or Two
A lovely nose that blend citrus, lime blossom and apricot notes with machine oil notes. In the mouth this is quite rich yet very acid driven and dry. It's starts of with a rather grapefruity attack that is cut by assertive and mouthwatering mineral ton...
|Winery:||Martin Ray Winery|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa County|
This is a fun easy wine and I try to have a bottle or two around for when I have guests over. Those that do not traditionally like red wine can enjoy this with a meal. Good full flavor in the mouth an excellent wine with lots of different types of me...
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza » Lujan de Cuyo|
With this number, the Mendoza Bodega Norton has come up with a clear winner in both quality and value. We have a deep, dense and powerful wine dominated by the plummy, blackcurrant flavors of the 3 principal cepages used in the blend. The Malbec lend...
|Region:||Italy » Sicily » Vittoria|
Rather assertive on the nose with dark cherry fruit topped with fine floral and herbal top notes. This smells decidedly ripe. Youthful and maybe a bit closed on the palate with a slightly dense feel, though this remains lively and elegant. There’s a re...
|Region:||Chile » Aconcagua » Casablanca Valley|
For my money if you can find a blend containing a drop or two of Syrah and Carmenere with Cab. Sauv. and/or Merlot for less than $20. BUY IT. This was a very good bottle of vino. Thank you, Chile. If only I could afford to visit. 3/5/15...I believe win...
|Region:||France » Rhône » Ardèche|
Black berries and cherries integrated with the right amount of spice along with a bit of minerally earth. It seemed a bit closed so it could benefit from two or three more years in the bottle. This wine is a great value and I intend to drink a lot mo...
|Region:||USA » California » Mendocino County » Yorkville Highlands|
I had a glass or two of this last night and must say WOW. A little meat on the nose, it was incredibly smooth in the mouth. It had a nice plum flavor. This was such a well rounded wine I will probably order more if they don't run out. The good news...
|Region:||Germany » Mosel » Piesporter Goldtröpfchen|
I haven't bought a bad bottle yet! My husband and I really enjoy drinking this alone or with a meal. Not too sweet but yummy enough to make you want to take another sip. If you are sharing a bottle with someone, be sure to get two!
|Winery:||Altos las Hormigas|
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza|
A mild malbec with a faint nose and a bright, inoffensive flavor, quite a good substitute for a cheap bottle of Cahors but likely a touch too acidic for fruit lovers. The key is to leave it open for a day or two – then the wine takes on a velvety yet s...
|Winery:||Produttori del Barbaresco|
|Region:||Italy » Piemonte » Barbaresco|
A lovely Barbaresco with solid acidity and a cool, composed character featuring crisp cherry, soil and dried floral aromatics. the wine is medium bodied and fairly elegant with small but precise tannins and a taut backend that leads to a long, sneaky f...
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Next week Trader Joe's will open a location just minutes from my home, I know they have all kinds of great specialty foods, and I've been told you can get some great inexpensive wine buys to stock up on. Any recommendations for their reds that are suitable for everyday enjoyment? I prefer Zins, Cabs and Pinot Noir. ~ thank you ~ Read More
I´ve read a lot lately on biodynamic wines and how the position of the moon and other things can affect the vines growth or even the wine tasting, mostly on phylosophical grounds believing that "Biodynamics takes organic farming practices and wraps them as broader conception of the farm / the vineyard as a coherent organism, where inputs and out... Read More
That I just won on auction. Also, is this wine overrated (as some say) or as good as its defenders say? Read More
In a post earlier this year titled Winter Winemaking, I discussed a little bit of the thought process and ensuing vinification activity of a young wine post-harvest. Now that the majority of our 2008 wines have been blended and are marrying in barrel, its (chronological) time to turn our attention to the previous vintage 2007. As with our C... Read More
Pale lemon color. It has an invigorating youthful nose of pronounced citrus fruit and minerality. Dry on the palate with a crisp acidity and the same citrus freshness as the nose revealed. It has a pronounced mineral flavor and a well-balanced medium high alcohol level that adds some weight to the stony flavors. Medium length. Although perfectly... Read More
In a post earlier this year titled “Winter Winemaking”, I discussed a little bit of the thought process and ensuing vinification activity of a young wine post-harvest. Now that the majority of our 2008 wines have been blended and are marrying in barrel, it's (chronological) time to turn our attention to the previous vintage – 2007. As with ou... Read More
I was lucky enough to attend this tasting in London earlier on in the year. It was amazing to see the NZ wines at tens of £'s stand up to (or beat) the best of Bordeaux at hundreds of £'s, and even more amazing to see the likes of Jancis Robinson and Oz Clark stumped to pick which was Kiwi and which was French! Worth having a try if you can get ... Read More
Well we've moved on past Grenache to the unique and fickle Petty Sarah.We warmed up last friday with a bottle of 2005 Parducci True Grit in all it's inky glory and I must say it delivered alot of burly dark berry fruited Petite deliciousness! http://www.snooth.com/wine/parducci-true-grit-petite-sirah-2005/Man give me a great big rare burger with... Read More
Two days ago was with a friend in the industry here in Tokyo. We were in a quirky mood and tried a small experiment that seemed a bit off the wall.We took two small unopened bottles of Hakutaka ( or 'white hawk') Sake. Setting one upright on a table, we took the second bottle and extended it lengthwise, parallel to the ground at shoulder height,... Read More
Lots of InterestMorrell Wine AuctionsLive Internet Auctionhttp://auction.morrellwineauctions.com/248/index.jsp?auctionId=248Wednesday, April 22nd 2009Auction starts at 11:00 a.m. (EST)~~~ Editors note: First off I humbly apologize for any (and all) grammatical and/or spelling errors- had to bang this one out in quick-time and whilst drinking cop... Read More
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